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Education

Ph.D., expected 2027, Geology, Washington State University

advisers: Dr. Johannes Hämmerli, Dr. Jeff Vervoort

MS, 2022, Geology, University of Wyoming

adviser: Dr. Jay Chapman 

Thesis: Cenozoic evolution of the Pinaleño Mountains region, southeastern Arizona

 

BS, 2018, Geology, Minor: Chemistry, University of Arizona  

Experience 

2023–present: graduate research (isotope geology) and teaching (intro to geology) assistant 

School of the Environment, Washington State University

2022–2023: science intern (glaciology, geomorphology, climate) in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve

Resource Stewardship and Science Team, National Park Service

2022: research intern, distribution and characterization of REEs in Wyoming coal and coal ash

Center for Economic Geology Research, School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming

2019–2021: research (tectonics, petrology) and teaching assistant 

Courses: Geology Field Camp (S2020, S2021, S2023), Global Sustainability (F2019)

Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wyoming

 

2018–2019: Research Assistant, Arizona Noble Gas Laboratory

2017–2018: Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (Intro to Geology, Structural Geology)

2015–2018: Undergraduate Research Assistant, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona  

Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona

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